The Screaming O Offering Retailers Free Displays, PlanOGrams
LOS ANGELES — The Screaming O announced that it is providing its standing, spinning and planOgram displays free of charge to retailers to create an interactive shopping experience – with no minimum order required.
The company said that stores can now configure their Screaming O merchandising with what’s in stock and get creative with how they showcase the mini vibes, vibrating rings and more.
Each free display offers an eye-catching way to display The Screaming O’s products in full color with merchandising options for the show floor, slat wall or point of purchase. Each arrives blank and ready for supplies, giving stores the freedom of choice.
The planOgrams make it easy to configure any slat wall to display the newest and most popular SKUs — or whatever retailers choose – in a variety of shapes and sizes. The horizontal planOgram neatly organizes products with branded red backdrop signage that’s customizable to fit almost any wall space, while the vertical planOgram is compact and sized for narrow slat wall or endcap display to make a big statement with a small footprint.
For the show floor, stores can choose a smaller countertop spinner display that holds up to 30 SKUs and takes up only an 18-inch footprint. Its smooth spin style makes for quick and easy browsing and convenient and compact product display. And for a bigger impact, retailers can choose the four-sided Screaming O Depot, a freestanding display that holds up to 42 SKUs in a compact 24”x 24” footprint.
“The Screaming O is constantly thinking up new — and sometimes kooky — ways to support our retailers with tools and tricks to boost sales, and it only made sense to give out our display options gratis,” representative Conde Aumann said.
She added, “We love seeing how stores set up their show floors and are happy to provide branded options proven to push product and inspire impulse shopping. Simply contact your preferred sales rep and ask for these display items by name.”
For more information on the offerings, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit SellSomeFun.com.